All current opportunities are listed below. Please see individual listings for how to apply.
Bar SupervisorWilton’s is currently recruiting a Bar Supervisor who will be responsible for hiring, training and supervising the bar staff as well as the financial management of the bar. The Bar Supervisor will be expected to act as one of the Duty Managers for the building. We are looking for someone who has:Download job description
- Experience of supervising a bar operation in either an entertainments venue or busy bar.
- Experience of supervising casual staff.
- Experience of recruitment and training of casual staff.
- Experience of stock ordering and management.
- Experience of updating and maintaining EPoS till systems.
- Good understanding of the London bar scene.
- Strong knowledge of craft beer and cocktails.
Closing Date 12pm, 9 Jan 2017
To apply please download the job description and application form below and email to Wil Fincher firstname.lastname@example.org
Front of House VolunteerVolunteer Ushers are there to help keep the public safe while watching a performance. This entails helping to keep glass out of the auditorium, helping patrons to their seats, making sure aisles and fire exits are kept clear of bags and coats, keeping a general look-out before, during and after a production. Volunteers are also encouraged to answer questions about the history of the building or direct them to someone who can provide the correct information. Shifts are usually up to 4 hours and finish no later than 10:30pm. We ask that volunteers fill out an Enquiry Form before they start with us and that they offer a minimum of one shift per month. We have a wide range of volunteers ushering for us who come from all backgrounds, ages and areas of London and beyond. We are a friendly place and all are welcome!
Closing date: Ongoing.
To apply, please fill in our Volunteer Enquiry Form and send it through to email@example.com.
Music Hall Meets Dickens Education VolunteerThis is an exciting opportunity for professionals who are interested in Museum education. For the first time ever the Charles Dickens Museum and Wilton’s Music Hall will introduce a project “Music Hall meets Dickens” to primary and secondary school students. The project includes workshops in both venues. You will have the opportunity to work alongside exceptional facilitators, become familiar with both venues, run interactive tours and trails and assist in drama workshops.Role Description
Interviews will be held the first week of September. The project will run from September 2016 until February 2017.